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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 Inside Out by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 30. Managing Folders, Data, and Archiving

Like any system, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 can become overloaded with messages, contact information, appointments, and other data. If you can't manage all this data, you'll be lost each time you try to find a particular item. Outlook helps you manage information by providing folders for storing your data. You also can create your own folders, move data between folders, and set folder properties.

This chapter focuses on managing your Outlook folders and their contents. You'll learn how to create new ...

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